2006
DOI: 10.1590/s0102-311x2006000100017
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Intoxicação por chumbo e saúde infantil: ações intersetoriais para o enfrentamento da questão

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“…The CDC [175] informs that today there are approximately half a million U.S. children ages 1-5 with blood lead levels above 5 µg/dl, the reference level at which CDC recommends public health actions be initiated. In our review, lead showed morbidity when the levels in the blood were higher than 10µg/dl [136] and could cause alterations in language acquisition [135].…”
Section: Social -Sanitation and Socio-environmental Factorsmentioning
confidence: 82%
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“…The CDC [175] informs that today there are approximately half a million U.S. children ages 1-5 with blood lead levels above 5 µg/dl, the reference level at which CDC recommends public health actions be initiated. In our review, lead showed morbidity when the levels in the blood were higher than 10µg/dl [136] and could cause alterations in language acquisition [135].…”
Section: Social -Sanitation and Socio-environmental Factorsmentioning
confidence: 82%
“…[132] to identify the contamination sources and potential risk factors of the exposure in children from an economically deprived community crosssectional 40% Pb-S > 6μg/dL 5% Pb-S > 10 μg/dL 0-16 y SE male gender; the carcinogenic risk factor for ingestion was about 4 times; sociodemographic aspects: low income, sewer destiny, dust and contaminated soil. [136] to evaluate the condition of all children living in close proximity to a battery factory crosssectional 36,8% ≥ 10µg/dL/> neurological risk 0 -12 y SE blood lead levels in the control group were lower than those presented by the exposed group (p <0.05) 314 children with blood lead rates higher than those acceptable to the CDC (10μgPb / dl blood. [138] to determine the blood lead levels in children living in an inactive lead foundry and to identify factors associated with differences in these levels crosssectional Pb : 17.1 ± 7.…”
Section: A Study On Incidence Of Clinical Hypoxic Ischemic Encephalopmentioning
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“…As crianças do Grupo 1, contaminadas por chumbo, participavam do projeto de extensão "Atendimento emergencial para crianças de zero a 13 anos de idade contaminadas por chumbo" (Rodrigues, 2002), que tinha por objetivo avaliar seu desenvolvimento geral, intelectual, o desempenho escolar e os possíveis efeitos da contaminação ambiental ocorrida em bairros próximos a uma fábrica de baterias automotivas (Simonetti et al, 2004;Padula et al, 2006).…”
Section: Procedimentounclassified
“…Fonseca (2003) (Padula et al, 2006). O projeto pretendeu responder à questão: a exposição ao chumbo tem efeito sobre o desempenho escolar das crianças contaminadas, em Bauru?…”
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